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Police chief to Trump: Please, keep your mouth shut if you can't be constructive
Houston police chief Art Acevedo responds to President Trump telling governors to "dominate" protesters saying that if Trump if can't be constructive to stay quiet.
"HUNTER BIDEN LIED" Tony Bobulinski SAYS He HAS EVIDENCE Against Joe And Hunter Biden
A Bombshell... President Trump is expected to bring former Hunter Biden associate Tony Bobulinski as his guest to the final presidential debate Thursday night, Fox News has lear...
The 400th Anniversary of Bermuda’s General Assembly Committee
On October 22, 2020 The 400th Anniversary of Bermuda’s General Assembly Committee hosted a press conference to launch a new initiative created for Bermuda’s young people.
No new COVID-19 cases reported in Bermuda, 22 October
Yesterday, there were 588 test results received by the Ministry of Health, and none were positive for COVID-19.
Child Care Regulation Programme
Choosing the right daycare provider for your child can be a daunting task. Here are a couple of things you should look out for to ensure that your child is in good hands and ade...
MP Wayne Caines new Chair of the BTA
Premier the Hon. E. David Burt, the Minister responsible for Tourism, today announced that MP Wayne Caines, will be the next Chair of the Bermuda Tourism Authority (BTA) Board o...
Hurricane Epsilon Update
The Minister of National Security, the Hon. Renee Ming, JP, MP, provided the following update regarding Hurricane Epsilon.
Britain announces new class of visa for Hong Kong BN(O) passport holders
The new visas will allow applicants to live and work in Britain for up to five years, after which they will be eligible to apply to settle in the country.
Virus response helps make China, Taiwan, Vietnam poster boys for export recovery
China, Taiwan and Vietnam were among the only economies who brought the spread of the coronavirus under control early on, resulting in strong trade recoveries.
Parole system in England and Wales 'secretive'
A man whose grandfather has just been released from prison - after killing his wife 35 years ago - has told the BBC the parole process in England and Wales is "secretive" and "c...
Ethnic minority Covid risk 'not explained by racism'
A scientist advising the government on ethnicity and Covid says "structural racism is not a reasonable explanation" for black and south Asian people's greater risk of illness an...
Borat Gives Jimmy Kimmel a Coronavirus Inspection
Borat makes his appearance on the show, but before it can officially begin, he makes Jimmy go through a plague questionnaire, a physical examination and then introduces him to h...
Rogue website sells 'dodgy wigs' to cancer patients
Cancer patients are being targeted by a rogue website selling wigs which do not match the ones pictured in its adverts.
No new COVID-19 cases reported in Bermuda, 21 October
Yesterday, there were 649 test results received by the Ministry of Health, and none were positive for COVID-19.
Lifeguard Service Temporarily Suspended
The Department of Parks is advising that due to the high surf conditions, from 1:00 pm today until further notice, the Lifeguard Service has temporarily ceased operations at Ho...
Bermuda Government EMO Hurricane Epsilon Update
Earlier today, the Emergency Measures Organisation met to get the latest update on Hurricane Epsilon. Hurricane Epsilon continues to be a potential threat to Bermuda, but based ...
Banksy imitation of Monet sells for nearly $ 10 million
A Banksy painting parodying a Claude Monet painting was sold in London on Wednesday for about $ 9.8 million, making it the second most expensive work by the mysterious British a...
Prince William refused to attend lunch with Prince Harry amid ‘Megxit,’ royal expert claims
The claim was made by royal biographer and historian Robert Lacey who is also the official consultant on Netflix’s “The Crown.”
Chinese town built to look just like Paris complete with a fake Eiffel Tower
Tianducheng is a replica of Paris complete with its own versions of the Eiffel Tower and other landmarks
Instant Opinion: Brexit Britain can be built on the ‘Microsoft model’
The Week’s daily round-up highlights the five best opinion pieces from across the British and international media, with excerpts from each.
Apartment Rents Are Plunging in the World's Richest Cities. It's Time For You to Negotiate
Desire for space and stuck-at-home students weigh on formerly desirable areas — but for how long?
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